Politics students visit the Women's Library
Politics and International Relations 8 November 2017
Gillian Murphy, Curator for Equality, Citizenship and Rights selected materials including the first letters written to John Stuart Mill about women's right to vote, Suffragette and anti-Suffragette campaign literature, the 1970 Miss World protests and the Greenham Common Women's Peace Camp for the students to look through.
Module leader Dr Daniel Conway said: "It was great to see some rare and interesting materials relating to the development of the women's movement and feminist activism in the UK."
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